Monthly Archives: July 2018


Buy-to-let financing gets cheaper in the UK

Cheaper buy-to-let mortgages equal better cash flow and bigger profits Property investors who worry about cash flow have received another boost recently. In an already competitive buy-to-let mortgage market, Leeds Building Society has announced a refreshed 70% loan-to-value range. It claims its new two-year fixed rate deal is the lowest on the buy-to-let market. It […]

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What fees and charges does a property investor pay on a buy-to-let mortgage?

Advice to help you structure finances ahead of investment An investment property is a high-value purchase, and not many people have the funds available to buy in cash. Therefore, the majority of property investors buy property with the aid of a buy-to-let mortgage. Using financing to invest in property also means you get to take […]

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How will HS2 really affect property prices and investment potential?

It’s a major infrastructure, but is it a major profit opportunity? One of the questions we get asked often is how HS2 is likely to affect property prices. The short answer is that it should be positive, and we’re already seeing evidence that it will be. The full answer is much more detailed.

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UK Property News – 27 July 2018

Video Transcription:   Hey, guys. So welcome to this week’s “UK Property News.” So first up, house prices are going down, and the thing I think we need to really take into account here is not the fact that they’re going down because one of my principles is always about getting local. So when we talk about […]

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In Manchester, it is raining profits in property investment

A modern economy and growing population are driving investment returns Ask anyone in the North of England about Manchester, and the first thing they are likely to say is that it always rains in the city. The English do like discussing the weather. However, there’s a rather different and far more pleasant downpouring in Manchester: […]

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Wembley Property Investment

Investors in Wembley property will be part of something huge

The fundamentals are in place for sustainable rental demand and price growth Urban regeneration has been proven time and again to boost property prices, and when that regeneration conspires with strong existing fundamentals the upward pressure on values is explosive. For investors in Wembley property, the future price growth (which has already outperformed similar areas) […]

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Thanet Property Investment

Thanet Property Investment Guide

An area heavily investing in its economic future Thanet is located on the north-eastern tip of Kent and is predominantly coastal, with north, east and south-east facing The main towns in the district are Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs which were well known in bygone years for being popular day-tripping destinations.

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